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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus achieves A+ rating from Display Mate, This is the best OLED display now


Samsung provides 90% of the OLED panels for smartphone makers. The Galaxy Note 10 Plus raised the bar yet again.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ has received an A+ rating from DisplayMate.
  • Galaxy Note 10+ broke a total of 13 performance records.
  • Records include hese include highest peak display brightness at 1,308 nits and highest absolute colour accuracy.

The newly launched Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ has received an A+ rating from DisplayMate. It is something we were expecting to see soon after Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 10 series. With every new Samsung flagship smartphone, the company manages to take the quality of its OLED display up a notch. This time around, Samsung has used a Dynamic AMOLED display and DisplayMate's verdict is that the Note 10+ offers the best smartphone display yet.

The Galaxy S10 broke over a dozen display-related records in DisplayMate’s testing, but the new generation is here – the Dynamic AMOLED screen on the Galaxy Note10+ broke 12 display records with major performance characteristics seeing improvements.
  • Very high absolute color accuracy (0.4 JNCD) that is visually indistinguishable from perfect and significantly higher than on the Galaxy Note 9.
  • High brightness mode that is up to 25% brighter than the Note 9.
  • Very high image contrast accuracy and intensity scale accuracy that is visually indistinguishable from perfect.
  • Lowest screen reflectance of 4.3%.



DisplayMate isn’t the only one lavishing praise on the Galaxy Note 10+ today, as DxOMark has also awarded the phone first-place rankings for selfie cameras, rear cameras, and video. The Galaxy Note 10+ scored an overall selfie score of 99, landing a 103 for photo and a 93 for video. Conversely, rear cameras snagged an overall score of 113, with a whopping 118 for photo and a 101 for video.


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